RuPaul Just Announced the Guest Judges for ‘Drag Race’ Season 10, and They’re Freakin’ Fabulous

RuPaul Just Announced the Guest Judges for ‘Drag Race’ Season 10, and They’re Freakin’ Fabulous

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RuPaul just announced the judges for RuPaul’s Drag Race season 10, and we’re gagging over the list of Drag Race guest judges. From the Broad City superstars to musical divas galore, there is quite a lot of fabulousness that will be behind the table with Ru, Michelle Visage, Carson Kressley and Ross Mathews.


Check out the list of RuPaul’s Drag Race guest judges right here:

Christina Aguilera

Shania Twain


Lena Dunham

Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer

Kate Upton

Billy Eichner

Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon

Padma Lakshmi

Courtney Love

Nico Tortorella

Audra McDonald


Logan Browning

Tisha Campbell-Martin

Carrie Preston

Miles Heizer

Todrick Hall


While they aren’t guest judging, there will also be special appearances by:

Andy Cohen

Cheyenne Jackson

Stephen Colbert

How amazing is that list of Drag Race guest judges?

Christina Aguilera is going to be the special guest judge on the season premiere, airing March 22. Last year, Lady Gaga appeared on the season 9 premiere episode and pretended to be a Lady Gaga impersonator named “Ronnie.”

On the Emmys red carpet last year, TV Line interviewed RuPaul, Visage, Kressley and Mathews. During the short clip, the interviewer Michael Ausiello managed to name drop one diva, asking if Madonna will be a guest judge on the next season of RuPaul’s Drag Race.

The interviewer brings up that Lady Gaga, who graced the pink workroom last season, “is kinda tough to top.” RuPaul agrees, saying, “It is tough to top her. But I think we’ve done it. I really do.”

Aussiello assumed he was talking about Madonna, but now we know Ru met Aguilera.

What do you think? Do you think Christina Aguilera is a more impressive get as a guest judge on Drag Race than Lady Gaga?

Sound off on the entire list of Drag Race guest judges below and on Facebook.

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